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Estimation of nitrogen mineralization in soils of southeast Buenos Aires






Boletin Tecnico Estacion Experimental Agropecuaria, Balcarce ( 135): 15 pp.

Estimation of nitrogen mineralization in soils of southeast Buenos Aires

Data on N supplied by mineralization in soils of southeast Buenos Aires, Argentina, are presented, based on estimations relating mineralized N (Nmin) to potential mineralizable N (N0), the mineralization constant (k), and adjustments for temperature and moisture.

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